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leggy

adjective leg·gy \ˈle-gē also ˈlā-\

: having long legs

of a plant : having very long stalks or stems

leg·gi·erleg·gi·est

Full Definition of LEGGY

1
:  having disproportionately long legs
2
:  having long and attractive legs
3
:  spindly —used of a plant
leg·gi·ness \-nəs\ noun

Examples of LEGGY

  1. The bush has gotten leggy and needs to be pruned.

First Known Use of LEGGY

1787

Rhymes with LEGGY

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